Language studies have become more in demand than ever in higher education as the globe becomes increasingly interconnected and globalized. During their lives and professions, more employees are exposed to cultural and linguistic variety. Language classes are an ideal environment for them to improve their communication abilities in multiple languages and their intercultural awareness.
Note-taking is a skill that we employ in many aspects of our lives, including language classes and the workplace. Many people, however, may recognize that they have not entirely polished the skills required to get the most out of their note-taking, so here are six pointers on how to be a more efficient and effective note-taker.
Communication is the key to successful business relationships, especially nowadays when the reality of the working world and the globalized professional market has forced a metamorphosis and language skills can no longer be taken lightly. Post-covid, physical location (city, country, or even continent) is no longer a constraint.
Language assessment is something to consider when trying to find the perfect candidate for your business. Nowadays more and more companies require their employees to be fluent in at least two languages. This is where ELAM and our language assessment services come into play. But before we dive deeper let us look into what and why of language assessment.
As a company in an ever-changing marketplace, you’re always looking for ways to streamline the recruitment process. Language assessments are a key skill in many workplaces, and ensuring that candidates have the required language skills, both oral and written, is essential.
When it comes to developing a multilingual, multicultural workforce, strategy is vital. We’ve put together a quick guide to helping your training department get the most out of foreign language training.
In this ever-changing world, finding one’s place in the job market can be a real challenge. At the SME level, the challenges are constantly growing. The demands require great flexibility and unprecedented adaptability to break into the market and keep one’s share.
Learning a language is a long process, and staying motivated on the way to fluency can be difficult. It’s a lot easier to avoid the pitfalls and keep going until you’re satisfied with your foreign language skills if you understand the most common reasons individuals stop studying a language.